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If you're thinking about becoming a real estate agent in Michigan, you might be questioning the true cost of what it takes to get started. Here's an overview of the fees and costs you might need to cover to get started.
The first year in your real estate career can be tricky as you're learning the ropes. Here are 5 tips to hit the ground running and make the best of your first year and grow.
Are you thinking about selling real estate in New York. Here are the 6 fastest growing cities and how the market it doing in terms of real estate.
Are you hoping to start marketing yourself as a new real estate agent? Learn from these successful agents about what they wish they'd known about marketing and take some tips with you as you get started.
What is the Michigan LARA?
February 11, 2020
LARA is the governing body of Michigan that over sees real estate licensing. Learn more about LARA and how to make sure you keep up with their regulations.
Are holiday closing gifts required? No. Are they expected? Absolutely. Here are a few easy housewarming gifts for your clients.
In Promulgated Contracts, you’ll learn all about the different types of contract forms that are promulgated by TREC. Here's a few takeaways and overviews for the course
Did you know current and veteran military members can take advantage of a 40% discount on all AceableAgent pre-license, continuing education, and training courses? Learn more about it today!
Are you ready to start your Real Estate Pre-licensing course? You might be trying to decide whether you should take it online or in person. Learn more about the differences and which choice would be best for you and your schedule.
Are you thinking about taking your real estate pre-licensing course? Here are a few insights that can help things go as smoothly, quickly and cheaply as possible.
Are you thinking about becoming a real estate appraiser in Texas? Here's what you need to know about how to become a licensed appraiser and what that means for your career.
In the state of New York, being an unlicensed real estate agent has it's benefits, however, it also has quite a bit of limitations. Learn more about what you can and can't do without a real estate license in New York.

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